DeShone Kizer, a former Notre Dame standout who started 15 games for the Cleveland Browns in 2017 as a rookie, is being promoted to the No. 2 quarterback spot this week.
Tennessee’s Derrick Henry is No. 3 in the NFL with 1,140 yards rushing. Oakland’s Josh Jacobs is No. 4 at 1,061. Both backs entered the league after starring at Alabama.
The Raiders are not a big-play offense, and by commiting too many offensive penalties they are creating too many second-and-long situations.
With just two home games remaining for the Raiders in Oakland, the end of their Bay Area era is settling in.
With rain in the Bay Area, the Raiders once again held their Wednesday walk-through at an indoor offsite location to counter the weather.
Wide receiver Hunter Renfrow appears likely to be out for more games, but Raiders coach Jon Gruden hopes to have him back for the season’s last two games.
Despite the Raiders’ consecutive lopsided losses, Titans coach Mike Vrabel expects the Raiders to play well at home because they have all season.
Ryan Tannehill has revitalized the Titans’ offense since taking over at quarterback for 2015 No. 2 overall pick Marcus Mariota.
The Raiders are constructing their Henderson home to be open to the community, unlike the model most NFL franchises have with their headquarters and training facilities.
There are arguments for keeping Derek Carr or starting over with a young quarterback. As the Raiders plot their first year in Las Vegas, this is a question they’ll need to answer.